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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by tekniklr tagged depression

"With the possible exception of ketamine, a drug under investigation for treating depression, this therapy is the most rapid antidepressant treatment that we have. About 60 percent of depressed patients feel markedly better within hours. And — with the exception of some fatigue — there are no side effects."

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"...This dichotomy, he says, is upheld in large part by lay people, who may think that treatment with anti-depressants implies a biological origin for the disease. "It is a major pedagogical task for doctors (and journalists) to eradicate these old fashioned beliefs. They are so beautifully simple to explain," says Videbech, "but nevertheless wrong.""

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Very insightful "game", though I feel like it makes depression seem too easy to "fix".

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I knew it all along. I have always been opposed to psychiatric drugs as treating the symptoms, and not the disease. Depression is a logical response to reality, sometimes. The way to fix it is to change your perspective, not to chemically lobotomize yourself.

"Research shows for the first time that a group-based psychological treatment, Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), could be a viable alternative to prescription drugs for people suffering from long-term depression."

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"Women throughout history have been considered the weaker sex. They are commonly believed to be more susceptible to emotional breakdowns and mental illness as they are deemed to be not as psychologically durable as men. Are women truly a weaker sex mentally, or do we perceive them this way because of patriarchal society and existing stereotypes? Are women fragile or are the breakdowns simply results of years of male domination? I intend to detail and describe women's mental illness during the Victorian era and in today?s society in order to explore these questions as I believe women's mental illness has, for the most part, been created by man."

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"In September 2005, following confirmation that Red Lake Indian Reservation
school shooter, Jeff Weise, was under the influence of the antidepressant
Prozac, the National Foundation of Women Legislators, together with American
Indian tribal leaders, called for a Congressional investigation into the
correlation between psychiatric drug use and school massacres. Congress has yet to investigate the role of psychiatric drugs relating to school shootings despite international drug regulators warning these drugs
can cause mania, psychosis, hallucinations, suicide and homicidal ideation.
At least eight of the recent school shooters were under the influence of such drugs, and according to media reports, investigators working on the Virginia Tech school shootings, Cho Seung-Hui may also have been taking drugs for "depression." Filmmaker Michael Moore has also called for a federal investigation into school shooters and psychiatric drugs "

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"I stumbled across these creepy disney comics the other day. The last half dozen or so revolve around Mickey trying to off himself after [Minnie] dumps him... I wouldn't know how to go about verifying their authenticity..."

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